Leigh Guidry, , (318) 487-6445
LENA — Northwood High School students will compete in a world championship competition for archery next month. Until then, the 13 qualifying students are practicing three days a week.
Coaches Randall Dunn and Cynthia McGlothlin lead them in practice during the school year and now during the summer. Northwood High has been offering archery for students from fourth to 12th grade for three years. Kids take the class at the end of the day.
They started the year with 54 kids in the program. Each one had the opportunity to shoot at a regional competition at LSUA. Twenty-two qualifiers went on to the state competition and then 16 moved on to nationals in Louisville, Kentucky, earlier this month. - Read entire article @ The TOWNTALK